Quick Coaching Guide: The Teacher’s Role in Responsive Advisory Meeting
This guide illuminates how teachers can be effective leaders during Responsive Advisory Meeting and how this role differs from their role in an academic setting. Includes descriptions of the seven main purposes of Advisory, advice regarding the teacher’s role related to each purpose, and meeting ideas suggested by actual middle school students.
This resource also includes a sample Responsive Advisory Meeting plan, as well as a template for creating one’s own plan. Reflection questions help teachers assess their own progress and determine how they can improve.
The aim of this Quick Coaching Guide is to help teachers understand the purposes of responsive advisory meeting and the shift in thinking that is required in order for each meeting to be successful.
A multifaceted tool for ongoing, embedded professional development, Quick Coaching Guides encapsulate a specific topic through the Responsive Classroom lens and identify concrete skills for educators to practice or teach.
This hands-on, structured guide helps educators to take stock of their current practice, plan for future growth, and reflect on progress made.
- Convenient, embedded professional development that connects directly to your classroom
- Flexible for autonomous, self-paced learning, exploration, and reflection
- Written by Responsive Classroom expert teachers
School sets include a Leader Guide for facilitating focused professional development for teams of adult learners. Leader Guides offer multiple options for delivering adult instruction, enabling school leaders to choose the method that works best for their time and staff.